Killick Martin consider compliance with Customs to be one of the most critical aspects of the global supply chain.

The process should be embedded as part of a wider solution to facilitate not only expeditious movement but also cost efficiency. This includes taking measures which avoid delay as well as taking into account duty management and cash flow. We have experienced and committed teams with the right business tools at key locations to serve our customers.

We sit together with our clients to assess their specific requirements and design appropriate solutions.

What do I need to provide for customs clearance?

  • Direct representation letter signed
  • Economic Operators Registration and Identification Number (EORI)
  • Commercial Invoice(s)
  • Packing List(s)
  • Classifications numbers and HS code of the goods
  • Applicable licences
  • Applicable Preference certificates
  • Applicable Deferment account details
  • Applicable transport documents (e.g. copy bill of lading…)